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Water for Health and Beauty!

There are many reasons why you may become dehydrated (the loss of too much body fluid). Dehydration can become serious if left untreated. It can also sneak up on you over a course of days if you: Are in high altitude Are in hot summer days or desert conditions Are busy and forget to drink enough water Drink diuretics such …

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Can Artichokes save your Life/Liver?

Artichokes are great for overall health! These prickly thistles pack a powerful boost to your: Bone & muscles Blood Digestion Cardiovascular system Immunity And, even contribute to weight control While it has many quality nutrients, one of the most powerful is Milk Thistle (Silybum marianum). The “heart” of the artichoke contains most of the benefits. Some of these magnificent health ingredients …

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Cherries are IN!

Cherries are a wonderful, colorful, fun, and nutritious food! There are two different types of cherries, tart/sour and sweet. But no matter which cherry you pick, it will be full of fiber, antioxidants, vitamin C, and melatonin, to name a few. Let’s go through more benefits cherry’s offer, such as: Antioxidants due to the anthocyanins and cyanindin substances and polyphenols. …

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Optimum Gut Health ~ Avoid unwanted guests

Many fruits and vegetables host bacteria’s, parasites, or fungi. The best way to avoid these is to soak your produce in acidic solution prior to eating. If you don’t want to purchase “fruit and vegetable wash”, then the next best thing is the white vinegar and lemon or lime soak. The acid rids the produce of unwanted guests. For example: …

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Berries

Berries are a magical fruit. Whether it is strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, or cranberries, they all provide health benefits as a “super food” which is nutritional powerhouse for your body! Berries are full of fiber and nutrients that raise cognitive capacity, reduce heart disease & blood pressure, and even cancer prevention. You can puree berries into a salad dressing, add …

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Olives

Olives are a fruit. Even though they grow on a tree, they cannot be eaten right off the tree. Olives must be cured first prior to eating to reduce the bitter taste. Depending on the curing process, olives offer variable levels of antioxidants, immune and digestive support. They are also rich in anti-inflammatory properties (known to reduce cancer risks). Nutritionally, …

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Eat Pineapple…

Eat pineapple for an upper respiratory infection. It contains bromelain – a natural anti-inflammatory, painkiller, which fights off bronchitis and sinusitis. It is also know to assist in healing stomach ulcers and bodily injuries. If you have damaged skin, the collagen in pineapple juice will recondition the skin and boost the immune system. It also breaks down cholesterol…who knew! So …

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Almonds

Raw almonds are full of nutrients, including protein, monounsaturated fats, magnesium, vitamin E, and B vitamins. All of these important nutrients play a role in weight management, cellular metabolism support, increased blood flow, antioxidants, healthy fats, skin protection, and reduced cholesterol and risk of heart disease. Also, almonds are a gluten-free food, high in protein, and full of fiber. All …

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How water and the colon work together

The large Intestines, otherwise known as the Colon, is designed, among other things, to dehydrate the food traveling towards the anus for elimination. As the food matter dehydrates, it turns to “stool”. Without adequate daily water intake, stool turns hard too soon and may not eliminate properly, resulting in constipation. In addition to consuming plenty of water content foods such …

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Pumpkin Seeds for Parasites

Eat pumpkin seeds ~ they not only taste good, are good for you, but also kill parasites! As my book, Intestinal Health mentions, parasites may enter the body through many different avenues: Ingesting contaminated water or food OR improperly cleaned raw foods Poor hygiene Fecal to oral contact – always wash hands after changing diapers or picking up pet feces …

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